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  • "It's a fair offer," said Andrew, when he had subdued the poor youth a second time, "an 'reflec's favourably on yer courage, but I'm a man o' peace, an 'have no thirst for bloodshed -- whilk is more than ye can say, young man; but if ye'll let me tie yer hands thegither, an' gang peaceably hame wi 'me, I's promise that nae mischief'll befa' ye."

    Hunted and Harried

  • Very bloggy; the kind of reflec­tion and dis­course that doesn’t really fit any­where else, you know?

    The Education of Sky McCloud « Snarkmarket

  • Although a substantial short position reflec ts heavy speculation that a stock ' s price will decline, some investors consider an increase in short interest to be potentially positive because the borrowed shares eventually must be bought back.

    Bearish Bets Fall on NYSE and Nasdaq

  • It also has great reflec reflections back to the Great Depression, where the government was just experimenting and doing things which caused great uncertainty.

    CNN Transcript Sep 29, 2008

  • LISOVICZ: That's partly a reflec -- or a big part of a reflection of the slowing economy.

    CNN Transcript Oct 22, 2008

  • Have you no philosophic reflec tions on the campaign?

    Flashman on the March

  • As for the rest of it, she set the cup down carefully and began to turn it around and around, watching the pretty sparkling of the reflec glaze.

    Rihannsu: The Bloodwing Voyages

  • Tas sat in the chair, chewing reflec - tively on the gag and pondering the exact meaning of the word,

    Dragons of a Fallen Sun

  • Unless he was dead as well and a reflec - tion of them instead.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • Ivain had floored the cave with a forest of sword-thin crystals; a thousand edges of reflec-tion stabbed Jaric's eyes.

    Shadowfane

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